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LEGISLITg4 OF goUTH CAROLINA,
WEDN.&DAY, SNPTEMBERA . 1808
SENATE.
The Senate met at 12 m.
Mr. Winsmith, from the Committee
vappointed to wait on his Excellefoy. the
Governor, reported that he would com
rmunicate with the Senate at 12 o'clock
to day.
Message No. 'I ot his Excellency
Gov. Orr was read by his Private Sec.
retary, John L. Boatwright.
On motion of Mr. Hemiphill, the dif.
ferent portions of the message were
referired ta the appropriate Committees.
Messrs. Tilman, Winamith, Wilson,
Bratton Frierson, Shingler and MoDufflA
w9te ' appointed the Committee on so
inuch of the 4Governor's message as re
ferb to the supply of food.
Mr. Thomson introduced a bill to
:amend the Act relative to the emancipa.
tion of slaves. ' Also, a bill to amend
the criminal.law.
A message was received from the
House, relative to a change of the place
of meeting of the two Hoises; which
was ordered to lie on the table.
Mr. Tilfhan offered a resolution, which
was agreed to, that the General Assem
niy, at-jts, present sesion, will restrict
its action to the particar matters recom
mended in .the Governor's message.
Also, offered a -preamble and resolutions,
asking Congress to impair the obliga.
tions of contracts for the sale of slaves.
Senate adjournea, to meet to-.orrow,
at 12 m.
ROUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The Hopse met at 10 a. in. -
Message No. 1, from Uis Excellency
Gov. Orr, was read by his Private Secre.
tary, John L. 3oatwright.
The different sections of the message
were referred to appropriate committees.
,The 6peaker announced the following
gentlemen of the Special Committee,
relative to procuring food for the needy:
Messrs, Tr(*cott, Hutson. Garlington,
Springs, D. W. Aiken. Hagood, Gail.
lard, Gayer, Wall.er, Hough, Benbow,
Gavin, Coker, J.-ince, AlNton,. Sparkman,
Hammett, 'Sesions, Leitner, Clyburne,
Aftderson, Lewie, Covington, Stack
house, Keith, Thomias; Talley, Carl'sle,
Gilbert. Petty, PreAsley.
.Mr. Trescott introduced a resolution,
which wa.awoed to, providing for the
publication of the decisionpmf the Court
of Errors, in'the case -of the State vs.
John E. Carew, Sheri. and ta.opin.
ion of Mr. Justice Aldrich.
Mr. - Wagener gave notice of a bill
relative to relieving the pecuniary dis.
tress of the State, and to aid in rebuild
ing the' cities of Pharlestoil and Colum-.
bia.
Mr. Easley gave notice of a bill to
define the term "persois ofcolpr," and to
declare the rights of such persons; to
make parties plaintiffs and defendants in
all cases competent to give testimony as
witnesses; to suspend the levy of exe.
cutions for taxes i* certain cAses ; and to
alter the law relative to insolvent debts.
Mr. Ryan gave notice of a bill rela
tive t.o office copie of deeds to be given
in evidence.
Mr. Hanckel introduced a resolution
relative to a pla'n for funding bonds and
coupons of the State that have matured.
Mr. S.'J. Toyvnsend,. member' elect
from Marlboro, was qualiied and took
his seat.
-Mr.'Garlington introduced a resolu
tion relative to a more suiteble place of
meeting; which was sent to the Senate
for concurrence...
Ont 'motion- of Mr. Garling ton, eer
tain -portionr of the.Governor's Message,
relative to persons of color, penitenttary,
fbM (na financjes of the S tate, were
made the specitl orde r for to-mnorrow,
at 1.o'clock p. mn.
After fo'ur ballot., Mr. I. W Payne
was elected Reading Clerk, in place of
H. L.,Farley, resigned.
Mr.- Nicholson wag elected Meusen
ge,r, in place of3. L. Boatwright, re
si ed.
(r. Sparlcsman paid a tribute to the
imenfory of the Hon. J. Harleston Read,
aud 'also inttoduced' a preamble and's
ris of resolutions, which were unan.
mnously r8opt4d, when the House 4&
* ourned to meet to.norrow, at 10 o' loek,
JUST Reeie at No.' 8, 1Iotel Rang.
ALSO,
Rye leur and Wie Orakers.
DuDOSB ST~8ON% 4' .
- ept -a4f'No. szotei sange.
Lamber, Jsaber, Lumbete
T lisasoig gh(oi hi fied
Local 111,s.
-Religions Services
May be expected to-morrow as fol.
lows:
Episcopal Church, Rev. W. P. Du.
Bose, 11 A. M. and 5 P. M.
M. E. Church, I A. M.
A..R. Church, Rev. C. B. Betts, 11
A. M. and 5 P. M.
Baptist Church, Rev. A. M. Cart.
ledge, 11 A. M. and 4 P. M.
Now idvertiements..
Kerosene Oil-DuBose Egleston &
Co.
Bacon, Lard, &c.-Ketchiu, Mc.
Master & Co.
Save your Grain-I. A. Allen. -
To Advertlsers.-Orders for advertis
ing should be banded in by noon ol
Mondayi, Wednesdays and Fridays, tc
secure insertion in the next day's issue
0 0 X X E R 0 I A.1;
WINNSBORO, Sept. 5. -Cotton
None offering.
Country Flour, $9 a 91.
Bal1imore Flour 15. a 16 per'barrel
Lard, 27 to 30c per pound.
Corn, $2.00 per bushel.
Peas, $1.75 per bushel.
Bacon Sides, 26c per pound.
Shoulders, 22c. per pound.
Meal, $2.00 per bushel.
Sorghum, 80c per gallon.
Salt, $5. a $5.50.
Yarn, $2.50 a $3.00.
Butter, 25o. per pound.
Eggs, 121 a 15 per dozen.
Tobacco, 45 to $1.10 per pound.
Gold, 40.
CIARLOTTR, Sept. 6, 1866.-Cotton.
Sales of a fMw bales to day at 24 a 27J
cenis, tax paid.
New Flour, $16.00. Northert
$13.50 a 14.00 per barrel.
Bacon, 18 a 21c. per pound.
Corn, $1.50 a 1.60 per bushel, in do
mand.
Peas. *1.45 a 1.50' per bnshel.
Meal, $1.70 a,$1.75 per bushel.
Wheat, $3.00.
Oats, 75 a 80 per bushel.
Sorghum, 50c. per gallon.
GoW, -1.40.
.Silver, *1.35 -
Co.UMBrA, Sept. 6.--Ctton, 17 to
20, gold; 22 to 28, currency.
Corn, $1.50 to 1.75 per bushel.
Flour, $10 to 17'per barrel.
Oats,,,90 to 1%.00 per bushel.
Peas,'.2.00 to 2.25 por bushl.
Hay, $2 25 to 2.50.
Rice, Rangoon, prime, 12 to 14c
Carolina 15 to Ic.
Tobacco, 40O. to 2.40 per pound.
Coin, gold 43 to. 44.
Save Your Grain.
T HE undersigned having made ar
rangements te feed from' onef
to two hundred Mules and Horses in TfU.
nessee, at a cost of one-third lqes than they
can possibly be fed hero. Any person #ish.
ing to send their stock, or for further par.
ticulars, address me at lok', 8. O.,fimme.
diately. I will receive stock at Dr. fa.ni
Mobley's on the 26th Inst. Any peruox
wishing to send will bo required to advane
four dollars per head. No further advane
required until the,stook Is delhvered.
1RErsauNess--Gen. Kinard and Ma.jou
Kinard, Newberry, 8. t!. ; E. P. Moblej
Dr. Saml. Mobley, Fairfield, 8..0.
sept sto . . A. A LLEN.
. $26 EEWARD.
8TODEN from'my plantation near .
Longtown, on Sunilay niht
2nd instapt, a large dark by1~
mare MULE, about 18 JbandshI7Bi
hau a small teat above the left eye. I 1l1
give 26 dollar, for her delivery to me~ ei
any i?nformation that iwill enable me to g
her.
H. T. ORPMPTON,
-Longtown, Fair4eld District, 8. 0.
~W Ohester Blaadard, dolumbia .Pha
nix and Camden Jovrtsal will copy tharee
tirpes and sead bill to t his orne,.
- 0$VE*
1JJ)LBS. COUNTIlf VLO#.
4000 1bs Noirthern flour' Part of it very
One. T?OINR MoAMTB1R & 00.
aug 24
of E*a; Fatsi he~pore
n118
woth
,..~. **. e
JUST REOFIVED
Ketohin, 1oMaster & -os,
HOTEL .ANGE.
BEST WHITE WINE'VINEGAR,
Tutnerio,
Olive Oil,
White dinger,
Spics, .
Bath Brick,
Family. Soap,.
Extract L:on,
Extraot Vanilla,
. Extract. Pineapple,
Cox's Gelatin.,
Corn Starch.
ALSO,
Niqbt Blooming Cereus,.Sweet Opopenes)
and other Perfumery;
ALSO,
Putty and fled Lead. aug 14-tf
aJ%JST REJEIVED.
BARRELS NEW BALTIMORB FAMILY
FLOUR.
Boxes Adamantine Qandles.
S Superior Pearl Starch.
Sacks Liverpool 8alt.
.AIO,
A lot of fne T"rnip Sed. For sale low by
BACOT, RIVERS & CO.,
aug 28-tf * No. 2, Hotel Range.
NOTICE.
1IR8. D. 11. McCREGIHT respectfully in.
forms the LAI of Winnsboro and
vicinity, that she may be found at the dwel
ling of Mr. Jas. MoCGreight, where she is
prepared to Repair, Aot or Trim Hat. and
Bonnets, on the most reasonable terms.
A share of their petronage is respectfully
solicited. aug 80-tf
MouREIGHT'8 GIN SA0M
ESTA3L8SD 8N 1800.
G INS made and Voolftd. Also, the fa
mous
MCCRRIG91T REYRRE GRIST MILL.
FISK'S METALLIO BURIAL CASES,
anew and neat patteri hand. -
aug 21-6mo
JUST VD,
T11OMN;ON, TfIlisu Co.
CALIOEN.8
BROWN and
BLEAGED MESPUN,
10OP SK4ISI,
SUSPENDERS,
TOOTIR BRUSHES,
&., &e., &0.
ALNy
LADIES'
and
GENTLEBIXN'S RATS.
Lowf'orcasb. tI 19-tf
VIR0I.i&
Magio WAsMNg' Fluid.!
A LL qolored,goods are -rioderedbrighter4
A woolon are less lfahle 4 soik ;
wl~~itego dq Ov m illiantly' Iyto, omd
all os of odswill la long
as by th, o~ stle of ahIgj becsuse
there is no 'RUIB G oi- SCBBING of
the clothes. With cwe cew 'orth, an or
dinary washing may be.dop in two hours.
sept 4-tf LADD R A Aget.
Blueis Blining !
yA~NDESNS CEE EsLUE.
.sept d.4f
JUST Ri!O!IVBDa
.A N ausortmentt ofFINTS sad OIL.
.Whit. Lead,
Elack 1'aint, - +* -
Red Lead,
- ngllsh vegetla* Re$
Dry Pmut'an -lane
ChGrome Green,
Turei i e
abeef on.
bor sale %y
aug 2-4f
1M3U 19 !54d*Alu W (~
OH$L 11TU4 9 Y,
- Glnhe etahV4eab
FALL AND WINTER
ZMW'ORTATZbN
-ITl'*'.
. iimetvby awakl straw Goode.
ARNSTRONG, CATOR & CO.
IMPORTURS AND DZAT#20S OF
Ribbons,
Bonnet Silks and Satins,
Velvets,
Ruohes,
Flowers,
Feathers,
Straw Bonnets,
Ladies' Hats,
Trim:ped and Tstlihed,
Shaker Hoods.
No 287 and Lofts of 289 Baltimore St.,
Baltimore, Md.
Offer a Stock unsurpassed in the United
States in variety and dheapness. Orders
sollited'and prompt attention given.
Terms--Cash. aug 28-2mo
NEWSPRING GOODS
DRY GOODS
.A . :'FE
CHARLESTON HOUSE,
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
BAXOROFT OLD STAMN
287 King &, 8 doors Below Went(worth
jE have now opened a splendid
.Bock of Spring Goods, English,4
French and American, which are o the
most desirable styles the markets can afford.
To planterd furnishing .e Freedmen either
for clothing or for bart,.- with them, onr
wholesale rooms offer every inducement.
Plantation goodb In every variety.
This being a busy season with the planter
and he iiot able to visit the city, orders ac
companied with city reference will meet
wi prompt attention.
N.-B. Samples, with price lists, sent to
any part of the State. Our stock consists
in part of
White Osnaburghs, Striped Osnaburge,
Blue Denims.. Brown Denims; Bevy Drown
Shirtings, Fine Sea Island Brown Sbirtings,
Bletihed Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtings, 0-4, 94, 10.4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
and Stripped Blue 'Homespans, Bleached
and Brown Drills, Black French Broad
cloths, Hosiery and Gloves, Irish Linen by
the piece, 'Towels, Towelings, Linen Dam
k allqualties, Calicoes, all qualities,
ress oodb, Doihestio Ainghams, Fine
Scotoh Ginghams, Spring Silks and Black
Silks, Colored Muslius, in every. variety,
Fine Frendh , MIlins, White and. Black
Goods, Farmers' Brown- Linen Duck, Farm
er&' Brown LAnen Drills, Fancy Drills and
00ttonades.
.in our line ; which we ofer at
WE0LE8A0X AMP RETAIL.
All Douledio Goods are sold at a very
small a4vomoo on Agents' prices.
We would respictfully call the attention
of the Plant*s,- Merchants, and the alti
sens generally of Fairfield District, to our
advertisement, and solicit a call from them
should they visit the city.
STOLL, WEBB & CO,
No. 287 KIn#bt.,- 8 doors below Wentworth.
Charleston, 8 C.
H. C. STOLL, Charleston,
CHARLES WEBB,
H. 0. WALKER,
Jan 18'66-ly.r,
-Polities and News,
1 A Pamily curaL
IN ONE& Aw0 H EET,
Navin latszttzltilaUoniathe8tate
W. * U.IR.1Stng aes & Prop's,
THE RECOGNIZED SPECIALITIUS OF
-- OUR DAY.
Prof. Egbt Jacksol, f*tmerly of Lon
don,.R hbrt, 1I.D., from Philadel
phlsasdn' ga Veen foesAyo
Pdrmaeett wtydr.gtateed of
Gonorrhea be I,fet,Semtrhsa
or Self-Abui and of every possible form
of prvte.disesse of every name.or .nature,
Pr, ertwVsAnt-Afeoholle Composud,
angpsudy fornteperanoe;I witI
~Mou14~S~/ *A~99pgg, 100 plates,
Dr. aasosa' P131s; S1
pe AZreItrfr e.a
t and'
orda8 S7
Am Old 15ong, set to a New Too*
S1866. o
A spring appyoachU
Ant. end Roaches
Po- Atheir holes come et,
And Aice and hat',
4'n ,p'te.of eats,
I* o/1,41
G0(p 4kip. aboIs1.
ST
V ER
TERMINATO-R3
"18 years tptablished in N. Y. City.
"naly ipfallib6 remedies known.'
" 'ree.from Poisbus."
-V .odangerous to the Human Family."
t come out of their holes to die."
lCoater?a' Rat, Roftefa, Ic. Elt '
- ter's,
Is a pate-used for Rats, Mice, Roaches,
Black and Red Ants, &o., &o., &., &c.
"Coster's" Bed-Bug Eteroluna
tor.
Is a liquid or Wash-used to destroy,
also as a preventive for Bed-Buy, &o.
"Coslar's" Electric Powder for"
. Itsecti
Is for Moths, Nosquitoes, Pleas, Bed-Bug,
nects on Planto, oil, Animah, &o.
8y- I I I BEwARz I I I of all- woirthless
imitation.
S& e that "CosTAR's" Mame. is 03t
each Box, Bottle, and Flask, before you buy.
SW Addiess, HENRY R. COSTAR,
. 484 Droadfay, N. Y.
IS Sold
BW By
Al Druigiste and Retailers everyheri
South. Barnes, Ward & Co., New Orleans;
La.
1866.
INCREASE OF RATS.-The Parmer'.
Gaste'(English) asserts and proves by fig
ures that one pair of RAT8 will have a pros
eny and decedants no less than 651,060
threo years. Now, unless 'this immense
family can be kept down, they would con
sume more food than would sustain 66,000
human beings.
MW See "COsTA's" advei-thsent above.
1866.
. RATS ver*su BIRDS.-Whoever ongaged
in shooting small birdd is a cruel man.; who
ever aids in exterminating rate is a benefao
tor. We should lik6 doine one to g1te us
the benefit of their experience In driving
out these pests We need something be
sides doze, oats, and traps.for this bussnea
--iefin@ AsKeflem,. ..
IS. See "CosTAn's 'advertisemnent abovii
1866d1
-"COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMiNATOR it
simple, safe and sore--:th6 Mhost perfect
RAT-ifioation meeting %e have dver attend-.
ed. Every Rat that oen get it, Ptoperly
prepared, will emt it, and every o hft
eats it will diej geberally at some place a's
distant pos fro were it was laken.
--Lde Mhoreoa 22., J1rror.
S*SaL Ct. Tara 'W'"ddveriseient above.
1866,
IIOUSEKEEP1!B8 trobblE4 ,*ltIt $ermii
need be so U, longer; it they use "ctes,as's"
B:tterminator. Welbsveused it.toour satis
factIo:1; and' if a boxt eost$#6, we would have
it. We hive tried p&lso'ns,- but the9 e#e6ted
nothing ; but "Costar's" artiME Aoks thE
lffe*th out of Re, 'iel, RoochbA, Ants
and Bed-Bugs, quioket than we can write.
la is in great denied All ofeV the ecuntry; S
--Mendina,'Ohio,- Gazette.
4M See "COM'R'e" :dvertiuemettabove.
. . 1866a..
A t01CE ?RO'~M:'it flAr *Mgf.
Speaking of "CostAA's" Rat, Roseh, Ant
so.cExteminator-u"shore grain and pro
vision. are destroyed- annually Is GIran
Count bydrivnIia',tfian *uld pay Asr tow
should resoUsed kandede mit ims
wethef Grsin Ae'4 *e as
stl

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